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  1. Hi there, I'm not able to find answer anywhere but I bet it's something easy to figure out. On my MAC I see Curves Adjustments like this: But my colleague with a PC with the same document sees curves like this: Why is that? How can he see the same? Document is in sRGB as well as pictures. Thanks 🙏
  2. I have been using the Levels adjustment to find sensor spots on my images. This was working very well until I did the following. I duplicated the image where I had already used this technique (for another reason) and deleted all the layers except initial one. Then this happened. RPReplay_Final1611528937.mov I went back to the original and the levels adjustment is still working as it should. When I am testing the new betas I like to go back to images that I have used on all. This image was used to test the first panorama stitch with 6 images. The improvement is well noted. The Fill of the transparent areas is impressive as well, but the first time I did it with the grow/shrink I had some problems with the amount that I had always used previously so what I was doing was retrying it. It worked well at 5 points. But then I thought that I would see about the levels technique I use with Grey - Intensity and found this. I have no explanation for this so thought that I would pass it on. As well the image was very stubborn when I was trying to save and close. And it stayed in grey.
  3. It would be a wonderful addition if it would be possible to have multiple points selected and to move them at the same time (especially with the keyboard). Moving one point at a time always changed the contrast ratio or the images changes a lot during the move-process. Thanks a lot for wonderful affinity ❤️
  4. I can create a node on the curves adjustment "line", but I cannot move the line into, say, an S curve. The node and line won't move. This has only happened with version 1.9. I'm on a Windows platform with i7 processor, 16GB RAM, and nVidia Geforce GT640 with 2GB VRAM.
  5. I saw a video from the excellent James Ritson and noticed, that the curves adjustment tool in his version of Affinity Photo has the histogram in a way to see the separate color channels. I have not been able to figure out how to get that appearance. I do see he is working on a mac and I am on a windows machine... I probably just missed a setting some where, so hope someone can help me. I am on AP version 1.8.5.703
  6. Please add eyedroppers (inside of the curves panel) to define custom values for black, gray and white, as in Photoshop.
  7. Hi, I wonder how I can invert a curves adjustment that I have made on the iPad version? After I have inverted it I would like to paint with a white colour to apply the curves adjustment on selected areas. Many thanks, Hannes
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